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New Wisconsin Promise School of Recognition

State Superintendent Elizabeth Burmaster…noted that schools receiving the New Wisconsin Promise School of Recognition Award are devoted to creating a learning climate that helps all children succeed.

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Stanley-Boyd Elementary - 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13

Stanley-Boyd Middle - 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13

Stanley-Boyd Middle School has been named as a New Wisconsin Promise School of Recognition for the 8th year in a row - 1 of only 8 middle schools in the state of Wisconsin to have such an honor.

Stanley-Boyd High School - 2007/08, 2008/09

U.S. News & World Report Best Schools

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Stanley-Boyd High School was named one of the best high schools in America for 2009-10 according to the U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORTS

Stanley-Boyd High School Receives a Bronze Medal in the US News and World Report Best High Schools Search.

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The following is from U.S. News and World Report – Best High Schools Search.

The 2008 U.S. News & World Report America’s Best High Schools methodology, developed by School Evaluation Services, a K-12 education data research business run by Standard & Poor’s, is based on the key principals that a great high school must serve all its students well, not just those who are bound for college, and that it must be able to produce measurable academic outcomes that show the school is successfully educating its student body across a range of performance indicators.

We analyzed 18,790 public high schools in 40 states using data from the 2005-2006 school year. This is the total number of public high schools in each state that had grade 12 enrollment and sufficient data to analyze for the 2005-2006 school year. A three-step process determined that the schools serve all of their students well, using state proficiency standards as the measuring benchmarks. For those schools that made it past the first two steps, a third step assessed the degree to which schools prepared students for college-level work.

College Readiness. The first step determined whether each school’s students were performing better than statistically expected for the average student in their state. We started by looking at reading and math test results for all students on each state’s high school test. We then factored in the percentage of economically disadvantaged students (who tend to score lower) enrolled at the school to find which schools were performing better that their statistical expectations.

For those schools that made it past this first step, the second step determined whether the school’s least-advantaged students (black, Hispanic, and low-income) were performing better than average for similar students in the state. We compared each school’s math and reading proficiency rates for these disadvantaged student groups and then selected schools that were performing better than this state average.

Schools that made it through those first two steps became eligible to be judged nationally on the final step: college readiness performance, using Advanced Placement data as the benchmark for success. (AP is a College Board program that offers college-level courses at high schools across the country.) Only schools that had values greater than 20 in their college readiness index scored high enough to meet this criterion for gold medal selection. The minimum of 20 was used since it represents what it would take to have a “critical mass” of students gaining access to college-level coursework.

The top 100 high schools nationwide with the highest college readiness index scores were ranked numerically (ties were broken using the average number of AP exams passed per test taker) and awarded gold medals. The next 405 top-performing high schools nationwide based on their college readiness index earned silver medals. An additional 1,086 high schools in 40 states that passed the first two steps were awarded bronze medals.

Stanley-Boyd High School was among the 1,086 schools nationwide that received a bronze medal in the US News and World Report Best High Schools Search.

 

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